Grandma Wild’s Large Embossed Traditional Christmas Village Tin (800g)


A wonderful festive gift with a reusable tin.

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This Grandma Wild’s Large Embossed Traditional Christmas Village Tin has four different biscuits within. Furthermore, they are Stem Ginger and Lemon Biscuits, Chocolate Chip Biscuits, Butter Shortbread Biscuits as well as Clotted Cream with Chocolate Chip Biscuits.

This makes a wonderful gift for someone special over the festive season. However, this can also be a superb treat for yourself as it includes an adorable embossed tin.

Suitable for Vegetarians.


Grandma Wild's

Grandma Wild’s is a fourth generation family business from humble beginning in the Victorian seaside resort of Morecambe. Still carrying on tradition using many of the same recipes created by their great grandmother Annie Wild over 100 years ago. The family opened a shop in the 1920’s in Haworth and years later moved to a larger premises outside of the town. This remained the family bakery until 2000 until it was moved to Steeton, West Yorkshire. They still hold true, traditional family values and a commitment to creating the best products.


Wheat flour (wheat flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), vegetable oil (palm, rapeseed, water, salt, natural flavouring), sugar, oats, stem ginger (sugar, ginger), plain chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin; natural flavouring), clotted cream (milk), sugarcane syrup, ground ginger, raising agents: ammonium bicarbonate, disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate; butterscotch flavoured toffee pieces (soft dark brown sugar, glucose syrup (wheat), salted butter (milk, salt), non-hydrogenated palm oil, natural flavour), natural lemon flavouring, milk powder, cocoa powder, salt, acidity regulator: potassium carbonate.


Wheat, Soya, Oats & Milk


Not suitable for nut & sesame allergy sufferers: may also contain traces of egg, mustard, peanut and other gluten sources (spelt, rye, barley).